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Will it be possible to crack the booatloader?

27th February 2011, 03:06 AM |#1  
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I came from the Inspire 4G to the Atrix. The Inspire 4G was my first Android phone and I just loved the rooting and custom ROMS.

I switch to the Atrix because of the FFC, Dual-Core, and 1080p camera. I thought about it and was wondering if it ever will be possible to crack the bootloader. I know there are efforts going on right now to do so and I really appreciate all the developers trying to get the bootloader cracked.

My question is, will the Atrix's bootloader ever be cracked?

I want to know so I can stay with the Atrix and be prepared for the future (Gingerbread and maybe even Honeycomb) or if I want custom ROMs just stay with the Inspire 4G?

Thanks and I hope someone knows what I mean.
 
 
27th February 2011, 03:09 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by Shad0w2626

I came from the Inspire 4G to the Atrix. The Inspire 4G was my first Android phone and I just loved the rooting and custom ROMS.

I switch to the Atrix because of the FFC, Dual-Core, and 1080p camera. I thought about it and was wondering if it ever will be possible to crack the bootloader. I know there are efforts going on right now to do so and I really appreciate all the developers trying to get the bootloader cracked.

My question is, will the Atrix's bootloader ever be cracked?

I want to know so I can stay with the Atrix and be prepared for the future (Gingerbread and maybe even Honeycomb) or if I want custom ROMs just stay with the Inspire 4G?

Thanks and I hope someone knows what I mean.

No one knows for sure right now.
27th February 2011, 03:14 AM |#3  
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No one knows for sure right now.

Thanks for the quick response. And this sucks.. I'm really starting to like the Atrix but at the same time, want full root and custom ROMs.. :/
27th February 2011, 04:23 AM |#4  
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Thanks for the quick response. And this sucks.. I'm really starting to like the Atrix but at the same time, want full root and custom ROMs.. :/

We do have full root but custom ROMs is still in the works.
27th February 2011, 04:35 AM |#5  
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I think there was another thread somewhere here where someone had a thread on the Motorola forums, with a Motorola rep saying that it's not a definite, but thoughts of un-signing the bootloader are going around. I guess it didn't phase them how important that might be to some people or something.
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I think there was another thread somewhere here where someone had a thread on the Motorola forums, with a Motorola rep saying that it's not a definite, but thoughts of un-signing the bootloader are going around. I guess it didn't phase them how important that might be to some people or something.

Here's the link:

https://supportforums.motorola.com/t...rt=75&tstart=0
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Link doesn't seem to work.

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